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THE BllATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
RELIEF WITHOUT QUININE TAFT S- support of Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of ' Tape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours un til three doses sire taken usually breaks up a evere cold and ends all grippe misery. The very first dose opens your dogged-up nostrils and the air passag- es of the head; stops nose running; re lieves the headache, dullness, feverish tiess, sneezing, soreness and stifl'r" V Tape's Cold Compound" ! ;he quickest, surest relief known ri' '- s only a few cents at' drug stores. 1: : -without assistance, tastes nice, no (j nine. Adv. HARDING EXPLAINED Believes He Favors An As sociation of Nations to Prevent War Ipsa; 4 EE4DY TO SERVE m m km tM mmtwm itjpk um cots fuut oct FLOU PRICE REDUCED Occident in wood $16.50 bbl. (the barrel alone is worth one dollar) Occident in paper, one-fourth bbl $3.95 Occident in paper, one-eighth bbl 2.05 Pillsburys Best, one-eighth bbl 1.95 Tea Table, one-eighth bbl. 1.95 White Swan, one-eighth bbl 1.85 The above prices are for old wheat flour, delivered at your door. Hammer Soap, a Full Sized Bar of Good Laundry Soap at 8 Cents a Bar Six Bars for 45 cents he deems" 16 be necessary, does Liui injus- 1 wish -to vv a -Teai tiemocrut iu spirit. I wish to play the game of govern ment as its rules are contained in the constitution of the United States. I feel, therefore, that though 1 favored .the Wil son league and hoped that it might be ratified, and favored article 10 and hoped that it might escape elimination, when I found that it could not be ratified I urged as strongly as I could the acceptance of the reservations ottered by the Kepubli-l cans in November, litlO. and in February,) 1!20. I felt that President Wilson made , himself the proper subject of the severest criticism in not being willing to accept a compromise which the senate had a right to offty him. By insisting on article he had destroyed his league and Mr. Cox proposes to do the same thing. i.. ;i l,. i - i. : WUULJJ U1L' lAllli progress toward a league of nations to . . ' " - ' I secure peace is by , the election , of Mr. i ' ; I Harding. The present election is not a Control Cox Same as He Has referendum, the result of which will de- . ivik tenmne whether the American people are n Cox Is Temponzer VUh(.n fayor of Mr WilKonH league or against Violence Denounces uson s it rpj,,, jssue of this election is whether HS235 f 3 FEARS GOMPERS Dictatorial Attitude.- ; By DAVID LAWRENCE: (P.y Special Despatch to The Reformer Copyright 1020.) ' TOUT IirnoN. Mich. Oct. 20. Wil- we shall approve the Wilson administra tion. From my observation, and I have had great opjxrtunit.v in every part of the country, I believe that the majority of the American people were in favor of Mr. Wilson's accepting the reservations Ham Ilowaid Taft in his first political that a majority of the American people are speech in this campaign gave to his audi '.:ice hero a 'lengthy explanation of why lie ha- not jined with other pro-league-(;f-nations Republicans in supporting Gov- i nor Cox and why. lie confidently believes Hie election of Senator Harding will mean acainst article 10, and I think this, al though I favored article 10 and would have been glad to see it ratified. The question is what can be done under the rules of the game, that is, under consti tutional provisions, to bring the United ' States into an arangement with other America's entrance into the present L.loar t,iat in the exist"ing situation Mr.' b ague of nations. Here is an excerpt ! Harding's election is the only means of W. II. MILES & SON Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables SBFJEPDED Knmible's B9 4 securing this." Other parts of Mr. Taft's speech were intensely interesting in that they de nounced Mr. Wilson's attitude toward counsellors even during the war. Mr. Taft said public opinion alone forced the President to select able men to make America effective in its war organization. "The issue. 1 said Mr. Taft. "which the American people are going to vote upon in this election no matter what Mr. Cox wishes, Mr. Wilson Avishes or Mr. Hard ing wishes, is whether they approve the administration of Mr. Wilson. Mr. Wil son is a man of exceptional ability and of still more exceptional personality ami he has stamped that personality upon his administration so completely that he is the administration. It is impossible, therefore, to talk in this campaign with out talking of Mr. Wilson. He loves the exercise of power and is morbidly sensi tive to any attempt, real or fancied, by anyone, whether congressman, senator or prominent Democrat, to interfere with his control." The former president said that Mr. 'i Wilson's jealousy for power and refusal 'to delegate it could alone explain the dis- lro:n a Kenographic copy of the address: "Mi . Dm ding's attitude upon the league ha: been this: That in an ear liest desire t help the other nations he v a ; willing t vote for the league with Republican reservations and he did so twice. In anticipation of executive re sponsibility, however, and initiative, he does not wish to submit the Wilson league t the senate. He prefers to nego i'ate w'tii tii'- leading powers now iu the league (o revise nnd amend the league by in Hgr'M'incM with those powers before '.ulimiltip.':; the matter to the senate. In hi .; speech of August 2S ami in his speech at. i niianailis und (ircencastle, Indiana, (his last week lie lias made it clear that tins country should help in an association t: avoid war and that he is willing to b.ing about a modified or revised league lvoidimr tho-t- features of the Wilson league to' which he has made objection. His insistence is that the league should center uniinid a c nu t of justice, and Mr. Root's international c mrt t justice tur nisbes a basis f.-.r his proposal." expressions itmi .mi-, naming m , ssn of Secretary of StatP T.nn,i,. ': -crapped the league er Imsrepudiated it "I.,;, not object," added Mr. Taft, "to his niv gross, y unlair expressions. He lias K,(in)? ovpr ta Kuropp. Imleed 1 thoueht yigerouslv oppose.! arti -ie iu aim rue it would educate him in the nfTnirs of th. Monroe doctrine provision, but. lie has n it XVul ,. but in so far as it minimized the : lepudiated its other provisions and pur-, 0P,.ssirv (lf ajipointing able men on the k poses All inference that he is opposed to roniI11ission to assist him it had bad re- f any league or opposed to the present suits." league, wnen tnese iearures wnicn ne Mr. Taft i.ai.1 lii rcsnwt tn finv.ftr m ffl U. . m ' m . m, n -ii i r r.-Z1- T..lr. deems to be oojectionaoie are removed. (4V snvinir ! h-..1 ",nuki , Try The KClOrmCr S tiaSSlIICa UIUIIUIS lUr VUICIV ivcsuus. an(l whcn othor f(,atures are added that;Pxn;rienc a governor of Whio and has . Known lumseit a snrewd and active poli tician, who has saved himself from defeat because of his affiliation with the liquor groups in politics." Condemning Governor Cox for refusing to .summon the militia when Cincinnati "vas so much at the mercy of the street railway rioters." ,t,lie former President called the Democratic nominee "a tempor izer with mob violence," rather than one who would maintain the law ami order. Turning to labor questions. Mr. Taft said' Samuel Oompers expected Governor Cox; if elected, to yield constantly to his advice as Mr. Wilson had done." ' ' "I do not minimize Mr. Gdmpers's val uable services during the wtir and I agree with his insistence upon 'read collective bargaining, but I think it WWild be harm ful to the country for him' to continue to exercise in the .next administration of the labor department and other departments of the government the same power which has been his in this administration." After reviewing the work of the Wilson administration, and discussing the fitness of both Governor Cox and Senator Hard ing. Mr. Taft concluded with this state ment: "As between the two candidates, jth of whom I know. I have no difficulty in expressing a decided preference for Senator Harding." Thus were dashed to the ground anv lingering hopes which Democrats may have had that the leading advocate of the league of nations in the Republican party, a man who campaigned for the Wilson league and appeared one the public plat form with President Wilson himself, would ignore domestic questions and con sider the forthcoming election a referen dum on the league issue alone. ss) IzJ) ul 9 24 (5 n n rsn fnwPro) (r iyj u) uj Y&ift u The Instant-Cooked Breakfast Cereal ? ; W' "'" -- n Wk 1, 3w, - I ' " "'' ," fl aSMM Again right at the very beginning of Fall, our showings of fashionable wear are complete. Not only in the fullest range of authentic styles, but in the earliest showings of the styles which will lead the mode. 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